Our Most Popular Items of 2016

Using our trusted Google Analytics, we have pulled up our most popular items of 2016. Ranging from web development blogs to children’s websites; take a look at our ‘Most Popular’ list below!

Most Popular Website: The Mouse Club

The Mouse Club takes the award for our most popular website. Every month, thousands of children around the world visit The Mouse Club website to learn, play games, read Roly’s blog and take part in fun activities. Originally launched in 2001, The Mouse Club is ideally suited for children aged 3 – 8 years old and has developed educational games, plays and books which can be downloaded or purchased in the shop.

Each December in the build-up to Christmas, we receive hundreds of ‘Letters to Santa’ from children, with each getting a personal response from a member of our team.

Most Popular Blog: Lucene.Net Indexer, Geospatial Searching and Umbraco

Our most popular blog post of 2016 is one written by our Studio Manager, Jon. The blog guided the reader through setting up a Geospatial search within Umbraco powered sites, proving popular amongst other developers.

Don’t worry if you aren’t a developer and if this blog went completely over your head; we have other, less tech-heavy blogs too!

Most Popular News Item: HDA Partners with d2

Our most popular news item was our announcement of working with Huntington's Disease Association to develop and design a new website. HDA is a national charity that provides support and information to those affected by Huntington’s disease. We are currently working with HDA to develop a website that is accessible to all audiences and to drive awareness, advice, information and fundraising. The site will go live in early 2017.

Most Popular Case Study: Bolton CCG

Our most popular case study on our website is for the website redevelopment we did with Bolton Clinical Commissioning Group. Working with Bert Agency, we developed a dynamic and responsive website which was visually appealing to the public whilst also integrated with an internal system for use by staff members, GP’s and Practices.